» Netflix is having the worst day ever with its market value plummeting. [Reuters] » Outspoken Media’s Lisa Barone makes a keen observation about trending topics on Twitter beginning to look a lot like search strings. [@LisaBarone via Twitter] » With a growth of 456%, maybe it’s not a bad… Read more“”

» Facebook could have to pay a €100K penality for holding onto data that its users have deleted. [The Guardian] » According to this accidentally-leaked video clip, a new Gmail is headed our way. [Mashable] » We’d be lying if we said we weren’t curious about reading this fancy new… Read more“”

» FastCompany weighs in on The Great Tech War of 2012. [FastCompany] » Last week, Paypal caused a lot of headaches to affiliate inboxes. [Performance Marketing Insider] » McDonald’s is launching their own network at restaurants worldwide–populated with reality show and BBC content. [AdAge] » Will the post-Jobs era open… Read more“”

» Well, there goes that hare-brained idea to split Netflix into its namesake and an instantly-unpopular off-shoot called Qwikster. [Netflix] » Here’s another tribute to Steve Jobs, championing his ability to simultaneously be a digital maverick and a marketing traditionalist. [AdAge] » Pace Lattin has a sit-down with the CEOs… Read more“”

» Facebook’s new “frictionless sharing” timeline feature is causing…well…a lot of friction. [Poynter] » …meanwhile, Simon Dumenco contends it’s becoming a black-hole of all content, devaluing all web-based media. [AdAge] » Google has big, display-powered dreams for its +1 button. [Performance Marketing Insider] » How a tech campus could change… Read more“”